Realm-Cloaked Giant

Realm-Cloaked Giant

Creature — Giant

Vigilance


(You may cast Realm-Cloaked Giant from exile if you sent this on an adventure.)


Cast Off

Sorcery — Adventure

Destroy all non-Giant Creatures.


(You may cast Cast Off for from anywhere that you have the permission and capability to cast this, then exile this on an adventure instead of putting this into your graveyard. When you have not chosen to cast Cast Off, this card is treated only as Realm-Cloaked Giant in whatever zone this is in.)

(Example scenarios for Cast Off: You may cast this off of Melek, Izzet Paragon. You may not target this with Snapcaster Mage. Thalia, Guardian of Thraben increases the cost of this. Electrodominance requires X=5. You may cast this from a cascade spell if the spell has a cost greater than Cast Off's cost. If you cast a Cast Off that another player owns, only you may cast the Realm-Cloaked Giant that got sent on an adventure, not the owner.)

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Realm-Cloaked Giant Discussion

multimedia on Equip/Aura Galea

2 weeks ago

Hey, what you have so far is a strong start at upgrading the precon for your first deck, nice Hammer of Nazahn upgrade.

Currently you need to cut 24 cards to get to 100 cards. Some advice is start with cutting some lands because 43 lands is too much. Reduce it to 36 and if you think you need more mana then add more low converted mana cost (CMC) ramp sources or draw sources instead of lands.

Some lands to consider cutting:

All these lands always enter the battlefield (ETB) tapped and you have other lands that always do this too, but those other lands are better than these.


The next cuts to consider are some high CMC cards to reduce the mana curve.

Further cuts are some cards that are not as good as others here or have similar or the same effects.

Heirloom Blade and Reflections of Littjara are tribal cards that care about only one type of creature. That's not the strategy here since you have many different creature types. Skyclave Cleric  Flip and Tangled Florahedron  Flip are double face cards (DFC) that can be lands or played as the front face of the card and that can be helpful. The problem is the front face of the card is not worth playing even though they might be lands. Bala Ged Recovery  Flip is an example of a good DFC upgrade since front face is a good card and the bonus is that could be a land.

Suppression Field is a powerful card, but it affects equipment equip costs since that's an activated ability. Even if you control Puresteel Paladin with metalcraft activated you still have to pay 2 mana to equip the equipment to a creature you control. Puresteel will reduce the equip cost to 0, but then Field makes you pay an additional 2 mana to activate the equip ability. If an equipment is in your hand and you cast it or already on the battlefield you can't free equip if you control Field.

You have ways to get around having to pay for equip with attach. Difference is you're not equipping when you attach an equipment to a creature you control. The key word here is attach which bypasses the need to activate equip. You can free attach an equipment with Galea, Kindler of Hope, Halvar, God of Battle  Flip or Hammer of Nazahn. With Galea only if you cast an equipment from the top of your library, with Halvar only if the equipment is already equipped to another creature you control and with Hammer only if you cast the equipment or the equipment ETB. Free attach has synergy with Suppression Field, but the interaction is limited.

Good luck with your deck.

amicdeep on Losing friends 101

1 month ago

the deck curve alot more tempo than control. i have a few suggestions for cheap power houses that would fit the list Dream Trawler, seems like a much better top end creater Realm-Cloaked Giant, may be one of the better board wipe options available Timeless Dragon, is a nother deceptivly strong card, fining a land intanst speed is always good, but also making a 4/4 from your gy later in the game Angel of Sanctions, falls under same boat but with solid removal added.

Declaration in Stone, is a solid and very cheap path alternative Elspeth Conquers Death, may be one of the best control toppers for he price, removal, protection and reanimate are all very relevant modes Fact or Fiction, is probably one of the best draw spells in modern and its budgets friendly Supreme Will, is a solid utility spell. hope some of these sugestions are useful to you

amicdeep on Losing friends 101

1 month ago

the deck curve alot more tempo than control. i have a few suggestions for cheap power houses that would fit the list Dream Trawler, seems like a much better top end creater Realm-Cloaked Giant, may be one of the better board wipe options available Timeless Dragon, is a nother deceptivly strong card, fining a land intanst speed is always good, but also making a 4/4 from your gy later in the game Angel of Sanctions, falls under same boat but with solid removal added.

Declaration in Stone, is a solid and very cheap path alternative Elspeth Conquers Death, may be one of the best control toppers for he price, removal, protection and reanimate are all very relevant modes Fact or Fiction, is probably one of the best draw spells in modern and its budgets friendly Supreme Will, is a solid utility spell. hope some of these sugestions are useful to you

lagotripha on Modern Giants

2 months ago

Making giants work in modern is something of a battle - most of their good cards sit at 4+ mana, meaning its really high on the curve. Crossing that 'cast first big spell' boundary, and making sure that spell is relevant is going to be most of the battle for the deck.

Cards like Pentad Prism or old fashioned mana dorks will be essential. Stinkdrinker Daredevil doesn't make the cut, but I could see a build going black for Heartless Summoning.

Their tribal support has some clear themes to work with - 1 sided boardwipes in Realm-Cloaked Giant+Thundercloud Shaman+Battle of Frost and Fire, direct damage to face, and big creatures. I'd personally lean more heavily into rushing out a 1 sided wipe to survive my local meta, but efficient creatures (with changeling support) will do a lot, as will a 'slower' burn deck focussed more on efficient 4 mana damage to face.

Some of the odder tribal support is pretty good- Giantbaiting is an incredible source of damage on an empty board when you have smaller creatures, which might play well in a Mothdust Changeling build.

crvo on Weekday Stinkleton

2 months ago

If you're not flush with Planeswalkers, big-bodied fliers, or persistent threats are good options to swap in. Dream Trawler , or Shark Typhoon or Voracious Greatshark , or any of those. Brazen Borrower would be super strong in here. Elspeth's Nightmare and Elspeth Conquers Death would be solid. Realm-Cloaked Giant , Extinction Event would be good in here. Zendikar spell-lands could add versatility, but make sure to preserve the Snow-core.

Omniscience_is_life on Syntax for adding Showcase cards?

4 months ago
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Realm-Cloaked Giant

IcyLightning on Syntax for adding Showcase cards?

4 months ago

Is there syntax available for listing and showing cards as Showcase variants? For example, Realm-Cloaked Giant has a showcase variant, but I'm unaware of how to list it accurately as such, and there is no listed syntax for showcase variants in the text formatting help section.

The text formatting for specific art variations should be listed by specifying Gatherer id, but as far as I can tell, MTG Gatherer does not have all variations for showcase cards.

jacques21 on Gearhulk reanimator

5 months ago

Idk mate, maybe it's just me but i think this deck would work better in historic :P

Jokes aside, have you thought about Realm-Cloaked Giant ? It seems to be what the deck wants and will help you against aggro matchups.

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